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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 July 1889

W 99.Js &&& ii-V1" THE EIECUTIYE PEN. It Has Kot Yet Touched the Diamond Street Improvement Bill. JHB MAYOR MAT SOT SIGN IT, Allowing the Ordinance to Become a Law Within Ten Days. W. J. HOWARD'S PEOTEST BEETED It is difficult to say what Mayor McCal lin will do with the Diamond alley 'widen ing ordinance. To a Dispatch reporter he said yesterday afternoon that he had not even read the ordinance and didn't know what he would do. He added there was no hurry about it, and he intended to take his time. To another gentleman, it is alleged, the Mayor said yesterday that he had not signed the ordinance, and that he didn't think he would lien it. He did not say, however, that bo would veto the ordinance. He may allow it to become a law without his signature. A voluminous remonstrance, addressed to Mayor McCallln by Mr. W. J. Howard, repre senting the Howard estate, was read by His Honor yesterday. Its salient features are as follows: MB. nOWABD'S PBOTEST. The Impression has bee...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 July 1889

i8l :TBM'XT!TSB'UR& dispatch,. TOLY n V tW6e B$pfolj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 18. VoLK J'o. 147. -Entered t MUsburg rostofflce, Xortubtr 14. 1SS7, as second- lui nutter. Business Offlco 97 and DS Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office, Koom , Tribune Bullllng, Sew York. Average net circulation of tbe dally edition of THI UlsraTCH for six months ending June 1, l&sa, 27,824 ' Copies per Issue. Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of ,TjW DjsrATCH for May, 1638, 47,468 ,- Coplea per Isaac. ' ' X TERMS OF TIIK DISPATCH. rosTxoi rssx in tux usitxd states. 1UII.Y DISFATCH. One Year f 8 00 lUiXT Dispatch, i'er Quarter Z 00 DAH.T IMsraTCH. One Month 70 IXiJVr DlirATCH. Including Sunday, lyear. 10 00 lUlLT DlEraTCILlnelndlng Sunday.Sm'tbs. 2 SO llAILT DISFATCH, Including Sunday.ltnoath M kUXOAT DISPATCH, One Year S 50 WazaxY Dispatch, One Year 1 3 .The Daily Dispatch Is dellrered by carrier at K eenti per week, ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 July 1889

T - - - - ...--- .-V - . . -.. ... i. i.- . ii . in. ij i ,i.i ii imii i ! i ii , . i i i 1 a - . t IRELAND A EEPUBLIC. That is the Dream Which Davitt Has ? Always Fondly Cherished. WHERE HE AND PARNELL DIFFER. A Warm Battle Between t&yptian Forces and the Dervishes. TOE SBAH ENJOYING LIFE IN LONDON. London, July 3. Mr. Daritt continued bis testimony before the Parnell Commis sioa to-day. Ha stated that be would not object to joining any movement to secure the independence of Ireland it such a move ment was backed by a -force strong enough to justify the hope of its success. Mr. Davitt said be did not approve of the Clerkenxrell explosion. He regretted the attack on the prison Tan in which a brave policeman was killed, but 'applauded the men who made the attack for trying to saTe their friends. "While in prison be concluded that move ments by secret societies would do no good, and when released he held a conference with the Irish Leaders' Republican Brother hood in Paris regardi...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 July 1889

ssssMsfflgsMTf.ylTns..i.MsslllilSlillMMslsMssMffi ' " - " """" --'' : . -. - mm -- - --..-- . . , , i ... i i i i. -. in ' ' ' T7jHf t BIG GIANTS, Bhe World's Champions Come tbTaclile the Boys. ; L-TALK WITH MB. MUTBIE. Pnck'Ewing Gives a Pointer About the Iig Battle. tWISE WANTS TO FIGHT SHELL A Forfeit Up and Id Kilej Talks to Cor coran. GENEEAL BP0RT1KG MEWS OF THE DAT The Giants, champions of the world, ar rived in the city yesterday, and the two gayest men in the aggregation were the genial manager, "James Mutrie, Esq.," and 'Buck Swing. The team was all smiles, and John M. "Ward, President oi the Brotherhood, was not there at that. "Ward is missed, however, and Mr. Ewing, amid all the talk of rivalry between the two of them, was frank enough to say that Johnny is missed. "Hatfield is a good man, and is playing wen," said Buck, "but Johnny Is missed." It may not seem strange when it is said that the Giants are all absorbed in the blgngbt. Back Ewlne was making efforts to bet a ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 July 1889

ussf 'Pf . .... -i. -in --n. u --ji. .-T r -. f .? "' t. CTc. . r- , j. - ,v - - -a T f ," . J i - i - -- -- - rr mr t n irr - ir- n-r. T 9 r. LOGAL LITE STOCK. LeadiDg Features of Week's Trade at Liberty Stock Yards. SUPPLY OP CATTLE ABOVE DEMAND And Markets Demoralized, With Prices at a Lower Level. SHEEP SCAKCE, HIGHER--IIOGS WEAK Ornci or pittsbubq Dispatch,! Wednesday, July 3, 18S9. J Receipts of cattle on Monday were 115 loads, and 10 that 4 or 5 loads have been added since. The total for last week was 72 loads, and with that number there was a sufficiency for all the demands of onr local trade. When 40 to 50 car loads over and aboTe the wants or trace are damped on to our market, as was the case this week, there can be but one result, namely, Gen eral demoralization of the trade. All stock men at Liberty report this week' market as one of the Tery worst of the season. There was a decline of all graues of cattle of 15c to 25c from last week's prices,, and mar kets were so slow...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 4 July 1889

tsa s?y "8 ?rmsBUffl , fS COME TO THINK OF IT, (A Canal From rittsbnrg to Lake Erie r Isn't a Very Vast Project, Fakd it might overturn All Projects of Ambitions Manufacturing Eivals Everywhere. i SUGGESTIONS OF METHODS AND COST "Where there'i a, will there's away," they Cay, and some people who have been studying the problem of no w to get a casal to Lake Erie hire decided la advance of the report of the commission appointed to survey, that the project is feasible and eren within the means of some Pittsburc ten-millionaires. They have farther decided that if Plttsbnre is to maintain her supremacy as empress of the iron" and class Industries she must hump herself, as her star of empire is no longer pointing southward as it old once, and westward she must have for her iieary freighting something cheaper than rail way transportation. Among those who hare been figuring is Mr, C Klmberland, Bis project is to dig a canal With sufficient draft of water to accommodate . liarges of consider...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 July 1889

IPHpP s , .m . m sim. m. a saw.m ar. l. &. w . - Advice to Summer Tourists. Don't fail to notify The Dispatch office of your chance of location, and jour paper will be forwarded to yon without extra charge. FORTY-irOTJETH YEAH. IT'S ALL Boodle in Big Blocks Ready to Bet on Boston's Big Boy Goes Begging. INTEREST AT FEVER HEAT. Kilrain's Backers Accused ot Try ing to Queer the Fight. MAKING IT LOOK LIEE A HIPPODROME. A Collision Between the Friends of the Prin cipals bnlllvaa'a Backers Fear the Op position la Trying to Defy the Daw so Openly as Co Compel the Officials to Fat n Stop to the Fight Charier Johnson Offers to Huts the Mill Come Off With ent Spectators, nnd Even Without a Kefrree Big Money on Sullivan nnd Few Takers for Small Sams Found, at Odds of 3 to 1 BInscots and Good Wishes Follow the Boston Boy's Train A Qnlet Arrlrnl In New Orleans Kllraln Sup. Over Night In Cincinnati. 'Warm as Is the Interest in the approach lag Sullivan-Kilrain fight, in New Orleans, it threa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 July 1889

BMMsMBsMMsMWflsMs&sfislsHfisMsMsMBMBsMsESsws '!''mwimmiiHiMjmwmammim- i mi m . uiy " n uikuii wwwwMawi j jmmmmim&ajmMMW m. .wiAWk.4tagw aww tmmmm ai . - ...-- i wgiM B 2 THF. PITTSBUEG DISPATCH, -EIDATj JULY J !.-. D0WITO DEATH Five Young People Drowned fin the Connopenessing by KTHE CAPSIZING OF A SKIFF Sad Ending of a Pleasure Excur- sion Yesterday. OKE BESCUED, BUT MAI DIE. Allegheny Brightest Tonnj; Ladies Among the Hissing. . MAS DEOWNED AT HcKEESPOET Death, even with illness and preparation (as ills forerunner, is a grim, unwelcome SrVjrnest, and always seems out of place. But Death at a pleasure party, a picnic, an ex- Pi'cursion reaching out his icr fingers for jlalf a dozen lives how forbidding, how 'jV doubly dreadful! A merry party ot 14 .young men and women ' eft Allegheny for ivDuck Bun, four miles above Forest Grove, ps on the Connoqcenessing creek, to spend a pleasant day in the woods. But only eight of them returned. The bodies of five are lying at the bottom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 July 1889

MKWffvtwV li,lfiEiiyp'f.Trca'sTMKTsTB8ri 'HtftMggraVViy;i SKI J vfvr ". WBf'i'uf . rij7' "y r "UMLi '7K. m? " fNW Tf jr TfTfA. tv vvaw itTMT?TTK54IWC'vff' ' I'E I il WMiSsr ll'iflf i ' '" r lUp-TTlX-'S?- r - - ' " "- -jV jf r tw',w 'vt ' THEKTTSBTJB- PlBPATCgy 33" f JULY ' 6, 1889. 8 1 i I THE FOUETK IN 1789. They Thought They Had Gold and Silver Mines Hereabouts, IN OUR GRANDFATHERS' DATS. Measured by Oar Standards, the Sires of 76 Were Queer Old Ducks, ' BUTTHEIBAKKEDOX GOOD CHARACTER It is known to comparatively few people in this county and in several adjoining ones that going back to the base of operation for titles some of them do not own in fee simple. The donation lands, some of which lie about Sewiekiey and others about Tarentum, vere given by the State to soldiers who fought in the warof the Revolution. In the books containing the first records ot title in the Court House, arc found the names of Nicholas Biddlee, Benjamin Franklin, John Perm and Hon. John Penn, Jr., Peter ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 July 1889

"V" .SrTT-ff i 'A THE PITTSBURG .DIBPATOH," l?miDA.Y, JULY " 5, 1889. &' r I' J : ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1818. Vol.44, Xo.148. Entered at Pittsburg Fostoffice. November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. i Business Offlce--97 and 69 Filth Avenuo. News Booms and Publishing: House--75, 77 and,79 Diamond -Street Eastern Advertising' Office, Koom 43, Tribune Building, New York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of Tax DisrATcn for six months ending June 1, 1SS9, 27,824 Copies per Issne. ' Average net circulation of the Sunday edition of Tax UlsrXTcn for May, 1889, 47,468 Copies per Issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE mix IX THE OTITIS STATTS. Dailt Dispatch, One Year t 8 00 Daily Dispatch, l'er Quarter 2 00 Datlt Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Disfatcb. Including Sunday, 1 year. 10 00 DAILY Disr-ATCH. including Sunday.Sm'tbs. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, 1 month 90 Bran AY Dispatch, One Year 2 10 Wzzklt Dispatch, One Year 1 2S The Daily Dispatch is delivered by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 July 1889

. - c g vl - ' " " 1 'i I . THE JflXTtJBUJKUr UiaJtAXUJtl,V &UjL.Xt JUJjX .0, looa. j i - J , k , . - " jfj i COUBTBY COLLEGE. Captain J. 1?. Ford Offers the Nucleus For lis Endowment. TAEEKTDM IS TO BE THE PLACE, And the first Cost is to bo From $40,000 to $50,000, if Built. DE. ITCDLLODGQ AND OTHERS FATOE IT Captain J. 13. Ford, of Tarentnm, a large stockholder of the Pittsburg Plate Glass "Works, has made the citixenb of that town a magnificent oiler, in the hope of encourag ing them to erect a college or other school of learning in Tarentnm. His offer, as made, is that they (the citizens) mnst raise by subscription from 520,000 to $25,000, and then he will donate the same amount as sub scribed. A call was made on Captain Ford to gain some information concerning the project In answer to numerous questions he said: "I did not make the offer openly, bat only to several of my townsmen, while talking over what things would benefit the borough. Nevertheless, my word is good, and I...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 July 1889

SfEWMCl W55 Fs- iv 1rw p-- "f;- S"3 -?$? ry? !" -r ' ITHEYCAME OUT EVEN the -Homfr Talent Tackle tlie Giants Twice and MEET YICTOEYAND DEFEAT Some Very Shaky. Playing by the Local Team. -A feV CHICAGO GETS TWO GOOD GAMES. & SKesults of All the Allejrhenj Counlj League Games. SGKKEEAL BASEBALL KEWB OP THE DAI V. . There was more baseball enthusiasm in the city yesterday, than there has been lor a lone time. There were two games.played "between the New York champions and the ocai- representatives, anu mo xiukiu cbempionsVere very lucky, indeed, to get one of them. The first contest was a grand victory for the local men, and that caused . an interest in the entire day's proceedings, ,'4 that otherwise it would not have exerted. Therirew Yorkers are favorites here, but :' there is not so much generous feeling in their favor among Pittsbnrgers, even on the Fourth of Jul v, to wish them not to be beaten. ' They are a very dangerous lot of fellows from a baseball standpoint, ana aepena...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 July 1889

THE PITTSBUEG- ' DISPATCH; iFKLMY. JTJLY 6, - 188ft AGAIN IN HABNESS. Patriotism Subsides and Business Again Sales the Boost. THE PETROLEUM SITUATION SeTisired in All of Its Important Bearings Bj the Eon. David Kirk. PEOGKESS OP THE PABT PIFTI IEAEB Haying aired their patriotism, and teen that the country is safe for the present, the business fraternity will pnt on their custom ary harness to-day and renew the straggle for bread and butter. Bankers will open their doors and wonder how people can get along without borrowing money from them, stockbrokers will gather in front ofrthe blackboard and attempt to bull or bear this or that security, oil operators will congre gate on the floor of the Exchange and saw the air to excite the ontside interest and make a show of business that does not and cannot exist without the permission of the almighty Standard, and real estate dealers will again dilate on the advantages and cheapness of the properties they have for sale. Patriotism will go in...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 5 July 1889

W -.- is 8 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, PPvIDAT, JULY 6; 188d. ?.JW3W? , OMBIMER HISTORY, rJohn L. Sullivan by no Means as Black a Sometimes Fainted. HIS MAN! DEEDS OP KINDNESS flat Ire How Belated for the First Time in Public Print. HB1S CHARITABLE EYES TO A FAULT On next Monday John L. Sullivan trill In all probability engage in the battle of hit life. Heretofore he had for opponents men who, through fear or doubt, were al ready defeated before entering the arena, but now he will face one who will stnb bornl, contest every Inch of ground, and yield, if yield he does, only when fickle nature refnses farther allegiance. For several years Sullivan has enjoyed the honor ot being the premier fistic gladia tor of the world. Upon him have been showered wealth and favor nnequaled in the annals of pugilism; the wealth has been dissipated and the favor unquestionably i uuuseu; so in cis case me coming encounter V: takes the form of a "last chance." Should ' re win, he may regain s portion of his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

Transient AdvertiseiZS' ' fitf 'W''' "'S : Pk ' $li " L teiat MmfclieElS ESCriTti gpW INCLUDING VTiLl4' l3'TM4BVfc' JmJBMVbTIb AtthoBranohOinocsofXho. " J "S WANTS, iu Ltio, run Auta. tiv;., run aa bow h bj fB arTsi 'FilW V " MM ' ajibjmh-uxi. " iia'i TO-MORROWS ISSUE . ,, jlI J T APIt l',!!! ' ll' lJ' I For to-morrow's issued, to 9 o'clock r.. . ?$f Should be handed in at the main advertising ,- "J aw vMv ''fw ' " 5Pt ' C-. .aK For list of branch or - ta the various dis- 7- jSA. office of Tns Dispatch, Fifth avenue, up to , , W w " feEs' v " tricts see THlrtD PAW-; t? 9p tridnight. ' . " . . ' ' 'lft. im ZZTTZ3, TTJ -vT2 vn-RTY-FOHRTH. YEAIL PITTSBUII&, SATU.KD.a.X, juxiXifi- 0, may xwJiiUVJJi r-a.u-.EiD. .oy " m. STOPPING THE FIGHT, All Kinds of Ways Being Tried to Prevent the Sullivan- Kilrain Meeting. THEIR ARREST IS ORDERED By the GoTernor of Mississippi, Ti ho Offers Kewards for Them. JETTING STILL FATOES SULLIYAK. Governor Mcboll'a Intlmntea That Ha Ha a Surprise In Store...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

J" a I,r i. naturalized. Bat I am afraid that it wasn't the purpose of the act to be progressive. From the language of the act, it looks to me as though it is one like many others that vere passed just about the time the United - States Constitution was adopted. The idea then was toallow every person who tired in the country aud who wanted to become a citizen to do so. It was some thing like taking in charter members of a lodge. There were not to be so many re strictions nor any initiatory ceremonies. I didn't nave any talk with Judge Stowe about the matter, but it he says that there is a qnestion as to the act being progressive, then it is a serious question, as everyone Inows what he is as a jurist. Should it be found that the law was simply for the time ' being and not progressive, the effects will be far reaching, and will certainly cause many complications. I am extremely anx ious to know what Judge Stowe's decision will be. He timely marked the papers in Brennan's case C. A. V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

I, P ' T ..HHSEfilKIl.MBHKRfHCKBMBM.I..LLLLnHBBs MBBMMiiBIIM'MMMMiMMssssssssssTssssssssssjMTsss Swf "W-"3fT tt - wp-i?j rex mf -o ii'BBssssWtS.WBsHrvMssEBjllWMHIBIfflsWIBBlls -. " w. lanvjvuinT' VTkt "T- . , : --. . -2 iiw I !! hi I i ti i i arw-r-jmeii I i !!, I i i 11 , M ill i I Yi -rir--s?JK - - r . rrwy - ' . . - , -J ww- r e ms-tm' v-- j. -, "r -- - r ' L. -3- J-J- - r - BWM is -J ,-.,.- .. , ., , - -- - Ty5--i Tt- -,.-.-. . t- i. vui- - --sp's ' ' ir ""-as t r - r -'i, .v -i sb ' ," y ' ' y t -, GAS CONSOLIDATION. . , " The'Ohio Valley Company Increases Jts Stock by Just $60,000. BOTH GASES ARE TO BE FDKKISHED It Sewictlej Borough in the Grasp of i Great Gas Monopoly ? THE EESDLT OP A SPECIAL ELECTION By recent deal in the Sewickler Valley, theOhio Valley Gas Company become the only'corporation in the -world furnishing two kinds of gas to easterners. The consoli dation ot artificial and natural gas interests in Sewickley was consummated yesterday byth&aborbtlon of the Sew...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

"SoyF' : 4 THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH,- 'SATURDAY, 'JULY 6, 1889. V.-1 S r Greatest Paper of All. BE STJBE AND BEAD .To-Morrow's Dispatch. Great Doable-Number Issue of 16 rages. 128 COLUMNS ! 01 the latest news from homo and abroad. Bright aiticles on all the current topics, pro fusely illustrated, and Maurice Thompson's Creat story, T; m LOYES HASPS. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 1S4S. VoLH Ifo.ua. -Entered mt tfttsburg 1'ostofflcc, November 14, 1887, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and99FifthAvenue. News Booms and Publishing House 76, f" . " T1 a1 79 Diamond Street. Eastern Advertising Office. Koom , Tribune -Building, ew York. Average net circulation of the dally edition of TTIE Disr-ATCH for six xnonlbs ending June JO, 1S33, 29,492 Copleper Issue. Average net circulation or the Sunday edition of Tiik DxsPATcn for three months ending June 30, jssa, 52,660 Copies per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FREE IN THE UJJITED STATES. Daily Dispatch, One Year BOO Dailt DisPATcn, Ter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtiiSkiiiiiiktLKSiiiiiiiLiiMklnDEZiVsVLiiiiMiHLiiiiLi .iwp'Fg1 1 nM" "".- i r ' " - ji. 3r .Al "T -v-i -I 1 .. jrj-i . 7 .., -'.-- T" . iW J - THE PITTSBURG , DISPATCH, SATURDAY, JULY "6, 1889. - "BUSINESS LOOKS UP. Johnstown Merchants TakoH6pe Out of Despair, and Begin Afjaln. TEMPORARY STORES ALLOTTED. The People Were Most Barely Warned of the Coming Catastrophe IN TIME TO SAVE MAX! PRECIOUS LITES. Mrs. Jcrtmc's Letter About Funds Stlra Up State Official! in Charrr. Easiness begins to look up in Johnstown. The temporary stores on the pnblie square were awarded by lot yesterday. Mrs. Je rome's letter about Chicago funds has stirred up the State officers in charge. The work of distributing the $150,000 in the hands of the local committee is well under way. IrEO X STAFF COBKEsrOKDEXT.i Johsstown, July 5. A well-known Philadelphia firm, manufacturers of oil cloth, to-day telegraphed their customers here that they had canceled all their in debtedness, and would send an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 6 July 1889

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